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Behind The Scenes Of David Guetta, Lil Wayne & Chris Brown’s “I Can Only Imagine” Video

Check out some behind the scenes footage from David Guetta‘s “I Can Only Imagine” video shoot featuring Lil Wayne and Chris Brown in the video above. The visual, which was directed by Colin Tilley, was shot in Los Angeles, California last month.

Click here to watch a trailer for the official “I Can Only Imagine” music video that will premiere in full this Monday (July 2nd).

In other Weezy news, he will be featured on Kelly Rowland‘s new single called “Ice“, dropping later today!

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Lil Wayne & His Mother Jacida Carter Cover July Issue Of Sister 2 Sister Magazine

Lil Wayne and his mother, Jacida “Cita” Carter, grace the front cover of the July 2012 issue of Sister 2 Sister magazine. The magazine includes a write-up of Cita and Avery Goff‘s wedding that had Wayne‘s brother Semaj, Wayne‘s ex-wife Toya Wright, Wayne‘s daughter Reginae Carter, Birdman, Mack Maine, Nivea and plenty more guests in attendance.

Check out a scan from the mag and another photo of Tune and his mother from the wedding ceremony after the jump below!
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Sneak Peek Of David Guetta, Lil Wayne & Chris Brown’s “I Can Only Imagine” Music Video

Above, you can watch a short trailer for David Guetta‘s “I Can Only Imagine” visual featuring Lil Wayne and Chris Brown. They shot the Colin Tilley-directed video in Los Angeles, California on May 29th. “I Can Only Imagine” can also be found on Guetta‘s Nothing But The Beat album, in stores now.

The full music video will premiere on Monday, July 2nd. Are you excited ?

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Tyga Brings Out Lil Wayne At PowerHouse 2012 In California [Pictures]

On June 23rd, Tyga surprised the crowd at Power 106′s PowerHouse 2012 show in Anaheim, California at the Honda Center by bringing out his boss, Lil Wayne. You can view lots of photos from their performance after the jump below.

 to watch T-Raw and Weezy perform “Faded” and “The Motto” live, as well as Wayne show off his new “Chris Bosh” dance!
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Tyga & Lil Wayne Perform Live At PowerHouse 2012 x Weezy Does The Chris Bosh Dance

Tyga brought out Lil Wayne to perform “Faded” and “The Motto” live at Power 106′s 2012 PowerHouse concert at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California on June 23rd. Weezy came out for his verse on “Faded“, but I think he might have forgot the lyrics because he didn’t rap it, he was just jumping around on stage haha.

T-Raw and Wayne did end up performing “Faded” again from the beginning, this time with no mistakes. Also, just before Tune exited the stage, he showed off a new dance he calls the “Chris Bosh Dance :D

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Lil Wayne Calls His Latest Skateboarding Injury “Fun” [Video]

In the video above, Lil Wayne explains his latest skateboarding injury to MTV backstage after his performance at Hot 107.9′s 2012 Birthday Bash in Atlanta, Georgia on June 16th.

“I broke my clavicle, like, two months ago. What happened was, I didn’t go to the doctor when I broke it, so it healed on its own. Whenever you let a break heal on its own, it don’t heal right, so I got a lot of bone callouses around it.”

“So this tape keeps my bone from popping out of my skin,” Wayne said, pointing to his shoulder with a childlike grin. “It’s fun.”

Weezy previously showed us a bone sticking out of his shoulder on set of the “Pop That” video shoot on Memorial Day Weekend.

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Justin Bieber Talks Upcoming Collaboration With Lil Wayne Called “Backpack” [Video]

Last year, Lil Wayne said he would not work on a song with Justin Bieber, but it looks like things have changed. Bieber told Fuse that he has collaborated with Weezy on a track called “Backpack“, which will be released on the repackage of his Believe album. Justin also spoke about his collaboration with Wayne‘s Young Money artist, Nicki Minaj, on “Beauty And A Beat” and hoping to shoot a music video for it.

Are you excited to hear the Biebs and Tunechi collabo ?

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Flo Rida – Let It Roll (Part 2) (Feat Lil Wayne)

Part one of Flo Rida‘s song, “Let It Roll“, appeared on his original Wild Ones album due out in stores July 28th. On the deluxe edition, there is a part two featuring Lil Wayne that you can listen to after the jump

.Flo and Weezy have already collaborated on a few songs including “American Superstar“, “Fresh I Stay (Part 2)“, “Just Know Dat” and the “Speedin’” remix. Where does “Let It Roll (Part 2)” rank amongst all of those collaborations 

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Lil Wayne Achieves His 100th Entry On Billboard’s Chart x Featured On T.I.’s Upcoming Single

French Montana’s “Pop That” single featuring Lil Wayne and others has entered the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart at #57, which makes this Weezy‘s 100th entry on the chart. This is a big achievement for Tunechi as he is only the third music artist and second rapper to hit the 100th mark! He has 31 solo tracks and has been featured on 69 records that have appeared on Billboard‘s chart to bring his total to 100.

In other Wayne news, he will be featured on T.I.‘s upcoming single called “Ball” that will premiere any day now. The song, which was produced by Rico Love and Early & E, will supposedly be a “club-banger”.

Lil Wayne, the ubiquitous rapper and founder of Young Money Entertainment, earns his 100th entry on Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. By joining Rick Ross and Drake as featured artists on French Montana’s “Pop That,” the track arrives as the chart’s top debut at No. 57.

Weezy is just the third artist and second rapper to achieve the astronomical feat dating to the first incarnation of Billboard’s R&B chart (the “Harlem Hit Parade”) in 1942. Jay-Z leads all rappers with 108 chart titles. Among all artists, the pair trails only James Brown, who’s banked 111 entries between 1956 and 1993.

Of his 100 charted titles, Lil Wayne has been the lead act on 31 and been featured on 69. (Jay-Z has led on 69 of his 108 hits and been featured on 39.)

New Orleans-born Lil Wayne’s R&B/Hip-Hop Songs history spans 13 years and one month. The week of May 31, 1999, a then-16-year-old Dwayne Carter made his first appearance on Juvenile’s “Back That Thang Up,” also featuring Mannie Fresh. The song went on to peak at No. 5, becoming Lil Wayne’s first of 29 top 10s. He’s tied with Ludacris for the most top 10s in the chart’s archives among rappers.

Jay-Z took slightly longer to make his 100th R&B/Hip-Hop Songs visit: 14 years, 10 months and one week between 1996 and 2011

Of his 100 charted songs, Lil Wayne has sent eight to No. 1. Among rappers, only Weezy’s protégé Drake and Jay-Z, each with nine, have more.

On the Billboard Hot 100, which, since its 1958 launch, has ranked songs’ weekly popularity among all genres, Lil Wayne boasts the third-most entries (102). The cast of Fox’s “Glee” leads with 203 titles, followed by Elvis Presley (108) – Billboard

T.I. Bounces with Lil Wayne on New Single 'Ball'
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Lil Wayne Moves On From His Beef With Pusha T, Says He Has Finished Recording New Album

The Associated Press interviewed Lil Wayne at Macy’s store in Los Angeles earlier this month to talk about his beef with Pusha T, if he considers himself to be the most stylish rapper around, why he loves skateboarding, how he started his TRUKFIT clothing line, how he handles his business, and more.

Weezy says he plans to move on from his “reaction” with Pusha T because he has fashion and his other businesses that he needs to be puting his mind on. He also mentioned that he has finished recording his I Am Not A Human Being II album and has already started work on the new Young Money album.

I wonder when we will get a release date for Wayne‘s sequel to his 2010 album, I Am Not A Human Being, and I also wonder if Pusha did respond to Tunechi‘s “Goulish” song, would Tune then put his concentration back to this “beef”  Anyways, you can read the full interview below:

AP: What’s next musically? And what happened in the beef between you and Pusha T?

Lil Wayne: I just finished recording my “I Am Not a Human Being II” album. And we’re starting to work on the Young Money album. … It really wasn’t no beef, you know. It was just me. I just reacted. Just a reaction, a simple reaction. I don’t apologize for it because I’m human. But it was just my human reaction. I don’t take it back. But there’s no beef. Beef is a whole different thing. … I’ll move on.

AP: Do you consider yourself the most stylish rapper out there? How has your style evolved?

LW: I do not consider myself the most stylish rapper out there. I’d say if I had to consider someone the most stylish rapper out there, I would definitely say that would be a Kanye West or a Andre 3000. … Yes it (my style) has evolved because I was one of the guys that would “geek chic” it every now and then. … Now I’m just more into whatever works for me. I think that’s just age.

AP: What do you bring to skateboarding and why do you like it?

LW: Skating has so many styles. Once you pick up a skateboard, you’ll find out that it’s not a hobby, it’s not a sport, it’s a lifestyle. There’s so many styles to it that people enjoy that I bring a new one. … I love a challenge. … It’s fun as hell to fall and to not get something and then to finally land it. That’s like pursuing a girl that said no a hundred times and she finally say yeah. That’s what it feels like every single time.

AP: How did you start a clothing line?

LW: It was brought to me by my friends and peers. They was like, “Dude, you dress your own way and people follow that. You probably should have your own clothing line.” And it was just that easy.

AP: You also have a soda endorsement deal but don’t come across as a businessman like some of your peers. Do you deliberately keep it separated from your public persona?

LW: When it comes to me, myself, I’m very free-spirited, so that’s what you see, and that’s what you get – you as in the public eye. But when it comes down to business, I believe that business shouldn’t be done in the public’s eye anyway. And I believe that business shouldn’t be handled in the magazines anyway. Business should be handled in the room amongst the people you’re doing business with. And that’s how I handle my business. And once I come out of that room, I’m back to being who I am. And that’s why I don’t come off as the businessman or nothing, but at the end of the day you can always say: “… This guy’s stock keeps rising and there is no driving force behind it but him.”

AP: Are your business ambitions greater than your music ambitions?

LW: I can honestly say my music is always going to be greater than my business side. Because I’m naturally a musician. And I don’t have to get paid, I don’t even have to have businesses. I will still do music. So that will always be my greater thing. … Business is business. And music is life.

AP: This is presidential campaign season. Do you plan to get political at all? Do you plan to go out and encourage kids to vote?

LW: I do. … And that comes from age, and that comes from my vacation on Rikers Island (the New York City jail where Wayne did time in in 2010). Now that I know how important voting and elections and all that is. … But everybody know that life is going to be life regardless of who is president.
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